Danilo Correale is an artist and researcher born in 1982 Naples, Italy, and he lives and works in New York. In his work he analyzes aspects of human life, such as labor-leisure and sleep through the lenses of time and body. His work has been presented in numerous group exhibitions, including Pigs, Artium, Spain (2016), Ennesima, Milan (2015), Kiev Biennial, Kiev, Ukraine (2015), Museion, Bolzano (2015) Per-formare una collezione, Madre Museum Naples (2014), Steirischer herbst, Graz, (2013) Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin (2012), Manifesta 8 in Murcia/Cartagena (2010), Moscow Biennale (2010), Istanbul Biennial (2009). Recent solo shows: Tales of Exhaustion, La Loge Brussels, The Missing hour:Rhythms and Algorithms, Raucci/Santamaria, Naples (2015), The Warp and the Weft, Peep-Hole, Milan (2012), Pareto Optimality, Supportico Lopez, Berlin (2011) and We are making history, Entrèe,Bergen (2011). Correale is the founder of the Decelerationist Reader and a regular contributor to publications in the eld of critical theory. He recently published The Game - A three sided football match, FeC, Fabriano (2014) and No More Sleep No More, Archive Books, Berlin, 2015.

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Danilo Correale's recent work its to be seen as an investigation about complex economic systems and strategic interactions among peoples, technology, labor, and institutions. Understanding these aspect of human life through the lens of the chrono-politics and the cyclical relationship between leisure and labor has brought the artist to his most recent preoccupation: sleep and wakefulness in postmodernity.